Where to Stay in Rhodes Greece

Best Places to Stay in Rhodes Greece by Best Areas and Hotels

If you’re wondering where to stay in Rhodes Greece, or where is the best area to stay in Rhodes, you’re in the right place. In this article, I will give an insight into the best places to stay in Rhodes for first time visitors, couples, families, backpackers, all budget travelers; read on as I show you the best of Rhodes.

Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese Islands located off the South West Coast of Turkey. It was mentioned in the days of Ancient Greece and was home to one of the 7 Ancient Wonders of the World, the Colossus. This huge statue was destroyed by an earthquake back in those days but there is still a great deal of history and culture to enjoy on the Island.

Rhodes’ lovely climate (temperatures will only fall below 20C between December and March) has made it a very popular holiday destination. There are direct flights to the Island from throughout Europe from spring until the approach of winter. Domestically, Rhodes is linked by flights to Athens while ferry services go to other Greek Islands and to Marmaris on the Turkish Mainland.

Tips for choosing Best Places to Stay in Rhodes

Rhodes Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and anyone interested in ancient history must surely have a visit to Rhodes on their ‘’to do list.’’ The Old Town has accommodation for visitors but there is plenty of choice if you want to stay elsewhere on the Island.

Some tourists to Rhodes are attracted primarily for the lovely weather, the beaches and warm seas. While weekend visitors may pick Rhodes Town as their base, those staying on the Island for a week or even two are more likely to want somewhere elsewhere on the Island. They can always fit in a day trip or two to enjoy the best of what Rhodes Town can offer.

Faliraki and Lindos for example are well known resorts on Rhodes, catering for overseas visitors looking for good bars and restaurants, and a lively nightlife. Other smaller places cater for holiday makers wanting a quiet time. The attractions of sand and sea together with watersports, above and below the waves are readily available right around Rhodes’ extensive coast. Rhodes is around 50 miles long and 24 miles wide but has a coastline of almost 160 miles.

Where to Stay in Rhodes Greece: 13 Best Areas to Stay in Rhodes

There are numerous beaches on Rhodes that cater for the ‘’invasion’’ of tourists during months between Easter and the start of winter. Some holiday makers simply want to relax on the Coast. Others want to explore the Island while the history and culture within Rhodes Town is fascinating. 

The East Coast is regarded as a far better option than the West which is far more exposed to winds. All but one of the areas discussed in this article are on the east. They are in order from Rhodes Town heading south. Read on to decide about a base for your holiday based upon your wishes and interests. 

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1. Rhodes Town – Best Area for Couples, Nightlife, Beaches

Where to Stay in Rhodes Greece: Rhodes Town
Rhodes Town

Rhodes Town is located on the northern point of the Island. Its history dates back through Ancient Greece, the Romans and Byzantines, the Crusaders, Ottomans and Italians before reaching its current status as Greek. It is a fascinating place, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since the late 80s. 

Its permanent population is around 50,000 but that doubles through the tourist season. That 50,000 is almost half of the Island’s permanent population. You can see that many bedrooms are available for visitors to book.

Some of its main attractions predate the arrival of the Ottomans, although not all:

  • The Byzantine Harbor where excavations have revealed ancient shipwrecks
  • Acropolis of Rhodes from Classical Greece
  • The medieval walls rebuilt after the Ottoman siege in 1480
  • St. Francis of Assisi Cathedral, fairly modern and completed in 1940
  • Grand Master’s Palace which was the Knights Hospitaller fortress before their defeat by the Ottomans
  • Kahal Shalom Synagogue which was completed in the late 16th Century
  • The Ottoman Mosque of Suleiman the Magnificent whose second siege of Rhodes in 1522 was ultimately successful

The Town is a great place to explore on a holiday weekend. There are plenty of lively bars, restaurants serving the best of Greek cuisine and more. Everything from budget accommodation to 5 star luxury is found in the Town and booking in advance is important in high season.

The Marina often hosts luxury yachts. It is the old harbor with a ferry terminal which is extremely busy all year round though largely with commercial goods in the winter.

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You just have a couple of nights on Rhodes
  • Your main reason for visiting the Island is its history and culture.
  • You want easy access to the Harbor or Airport

2. Kallithea – Best Area for Family

Where to Stay in Rhodes Greece: Kallithea
Kallithea

Heading down the East Coast of the Island from Rhodes Town, you reach Kallithea, famous for its spa baths and beaches. Kallithea has plenty of entertainment available but is still quiet relative to its near neighbor, Faliraki just a couple of miles further on.

It has more to offer than just being a dedicated resort. If you want to have a lively night, but not every night, you are just a short distance from Faliraki. Likewise, if you intend to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the Old Town of Rhodes.

Kallithea’s beaches are popular with its locals, the small coves, bays and caves offering a lovely environment. Kallithea is an excellent choice for families as a result. You can expect well organized beaches with good facilities, cafes and restaurants. In common with many places down this eastern coast, you can expect the day’s catch to be on most menus and well as Greek favorites like moussaka. 

If you just want to relax, you are welcome to do so. The Spa was built by the Italians in the 1920s.  It is said that even the father of medicine, Hippocrates drank from local waters and hailed its health giving powers in 460BC. 

Water sports are available including organized diving trips under the clear blue waters. 

Kallithea has plenty of accommodation. You can find things at a budget price but also luxury hotels and apartments. There is an air of sophistication in this place but you do not have to pay ‘’top dollar’’ to enjoy it.

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You are holidaying as a family.
  • Your aim is mostly to relax
  • You want to be close enough to Rhodes Town for a visit or two.

3. Faliraki – Best Area for Party, Water Sports

Where to Stay in Rhodes Greece: Faliraki
Faliraki

Faliraki is generally regarded as the most popular beach in Rhodes, and the most organized. With popularity comes crowds and anyone deciding to stay in Faliraki during the season should expect them. Faliraki is just a short distance further down the East Coast from Kallithea. 

The beach is 3 miles wide so there is no shortage of space. By day and night, Faliraki is like one big party. It is extremely cosmopolitan with visitors from all parts of Europe and sometimes beyond. From the air you would see hundreds of red striped umbrellas, shade from the strong rays of the sun. 

By night, the narrow streets of Faliraki are filled with tourists enjoying the many bars, cafes,  restaurants. And clubs. If you want a late night, you will find it here.

Some small parts of the beach are private, exclusive to guests at specific hotels. There are good beach bars and plenty of organized water sports. There is also the largest waterpark in Europe as a further attraction in Faliraki. Part of it is specifically designed and purely for children with a large staff ensuring complete safety for all. 

If you can drag yourself away from the action for a change of experience. There is an interesting archaeological site close by at Sarantapichos and an old monastery dedicated to the Prophet Amos

Faliraki has just a small permanent population but its accommodation capacity is 40,000 including a few 5 star hotels. There is something for every budget. 

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You have come to the Island of Rhodes to party
  • You enjoy a cosmopolitan crowd 
  • By day, you want to have a choice of water sports
  • You want plenty of choice of cuisine, local and international. 

4. Kolymbia – Best Area for Family, Beaches, Budget Travelers

If you continue south down the East Coast you will come to Kolymbia. It was just a small village until the word got out 30 years ago about its lovely child-friendly beach. It has plenty of hotels now but it still has a pleasant quiet feel so it is good for young families and couples wanting to relax.

The village was built when the Italians brought 30,000 colonists to the Island just after the First World War to create more settlements. The ruins of an early Christian basilica show that people lived here many centuries before that. The Church that stands today dates back to the 1920s when Kolymbia was being built. The bell tower is the most impressive feature of that church.

There are two bays, either side of a rocky cape. Bathing is especially popular in the southern bay while the harbor is in the northern bay. Pleasant hotels line both of the beaches and reviews regularly talk of Kolympia as one of the prettiest places on the Island. It is still less than 20 miles distant from Rhodes Town.

Away from the beaches, you should visit the Artistic Village Contemporary Art and Rodos (Rhodes) Folklore Museum. There you will see lovely sculptures, ceramics, and traditional rugs. You can also book a tour out to sea from the harbor or a range of water sport equipment. 

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You want a nice beach but without too many crowds.
  • You are not too concerned about a busy nightlife as long as there are good restaurants
  • Your main aim on holiday is to relax
  • You are looking for good family time.

5. Stegna – Best Area for Family

On we continue down the East Coast for another 5 miles and the beach resort of Stegna welcomes you. It is another place that is relaxing, offering a lovely village feeling. As long as the kids are happy with sea and sand, this is a good choice for families. 

The downside is that you will need to book well in advance because there is only one hotel. There are some apartments and rooms to rent privately elsewhere but one section of the beach is only for guests of the hotel. Most of the bars, tavernas and restaurants, and indeed the apartments are right on the seafront. 

There are less than 100 inhabitants in Stegna although there is the town of Archangelos less than half an hour walk away, a 2 minutes in the car. The local economy relies quite strongly on tourism but there is also fishing so enjoy eating the day’s catch at dinner. There is some agriculture, primarily olives and oranges. 

If you want some time away from the beach things of interest locally are the ruins of St. George Castle and the Church of St. Michael Archangel in Archangelos. On the road between Archangelos and Stegna up on the hills is the Koumellos Cave with its stunning stalactites. 

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You want to be able to relax on holiday
  • You enjoy the feel of a village rather than a large resort
  • You are traveling as a family and want a place where the kids will be fully occupied and happy.

6. Kalathos & Charaki – Best Area for Family with Young Children

The village of Kalathos has become a resort in recent times but still has the feel of a traditional Rhodes village. Its beach is amongst the longest on the whole Island yet it remains relatively quiet. At this point, you are halfway down the east coast.

Its beach is about 2.5 miles long, comprising small pebbles but the real bonus is the beautiful shallow water making it ideal for children.There is no commercial development on much of the beach.  The few tavernas on the beach side display typical Greek hospitality.

The original village is up in the hills from where the views out to sea are spectacular. It is not a good region for agriculture so tourism has become the major employer.

A little away from Kalathos you will find the former fishing village of Charaki which is livelier than Kalathos. It overlooks a pleasant bay and has bars, tavernas and pizzerias which cater for tourist demand. Tourists have the choice of guesthouses and rooms to rent but there are no hotels. 

The ruins of Feraklos Castle up on the hilltop are worth a visit. There are suggestions that tunnels from the Castle led to the sea at one time. It was taken by the Knights of St. John early in the 14th Century and it was modernized in the second half of the 15th Century by the occupying Italians. 

This part of Rhodes is definitely family friendly, especially for those with young children. 

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You have a family with young children
  • You want a feel of modern village life on Rhodes
  • You want space, and the chance to relax.

7. Vlycha – Best Area for Water Sports

You are still on your journey south when you reach the last small place before reaching Lindos, Vlycha. It has a beach with plenty of sunbeds for everyone. The shore slopes more here so the sea is somewhat deeper than the area to the north. There is a glass bottom boat which will allow you to see any marine life close to the shore.

It is rare that large crowds are found here. There is not a huge beach but there is room for all. It does attract tourists and locals coming the short distance up from Lindos looking for a quieter day. Children always enjoy playing on this beach while many locals, especially the elderly like relaxing on the seafront with a drink in hand. 

If you want to guarantee that there will not be many people around, head to the right hand side of the beach. If everyone heeds this advice, it may not be quiet much longer. 

The hotels in Vlycha are either on the seafront or on the hills above the beach. You will easily find a range of restaurants and the village’s amenities include equipment for hire to enjoy water sports.

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You want to avoid crowds but still have plenty of amenities
  • You are interested in history and archaeology but don’t want to travel too far to experience it.
  • You enjoy water sports and want to be able to hire equipment locally.

8. Lindos – Best Area for History Buffs

Where to Stay in Rhodes Greece: Lindos
Lindos

Lindos is a famous archaeological site and formerly just a fishing village. Today, its population is just a few hundred but it has become one of the most popular tourist resorts on Rhodes. Its summer population multiplies many times over. It is in the south of a large bay that looks north to Charaki. 

It was founded by the Dorians in the 10th Century BC, hence its archaeological and historical importance. It was an important trading settlement before Rhodes Town was ever built. It declined but today, the main historical remnant is the acropolis. In those original days, it was the huge Temple of Athena. Later there was the fortress built by the Knights of St. John in their efforts to repel the Ottomans.

It is regarded by many as the most beautiful settlement on Rhodes. The contrast between the blue sea and the white houses is very attractive. Tourists want more than history and most come to enjoy the beaches. The cobbled streets are pedestrian only and unauthorized buildings are not permitted.

Most holidaymakers staying in Lindos go self-catering; there are plenty of apartments for rent. Lindos also attracts tourists on organized coach tours around the Island so by daytime it can be very busy indeed.

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You enjoy the independence self-catering offers you and are happy in apartment accommodation
  • You are interested in the history and culture of the Island.
  • You are unconcerned about the crowds of day trippers because you know things will quieten down later in the day.

9. Pefkos – Best Area for Family

Where to Stay in Rhodes Greece: Pefkos
Pefkos

Not that many tourists head beyond Lindos down this coast, but if you do, the first place you will come to after a couple of miles is Pefkos. It is much quieter than Lindos with some small hotels and rooms to let. 

The pine trees inland from the coves make for a great photo of Pefkos from the shoreline. You will find chairs available in its small coves. There is a gentle slope down the beach into the lovely clear water. If you want a quiet holiday, this is a place to consider, especially as there are all the amenities you might want.

Certainly, Pefkos is a favorite of locals, including people from Rhodes Town in the far north. It is a pleasant drive down this east coast as you will have found out yourself on your journey to Pefkos. Everyone who stays at Pefkos will experience its lovely relaxing atmosphere. The locals are very welcoming to all whether families, couples or singles of any age. 

This is another resort ideal for families, completely safe in all aspects for young children. The trip in the glass boat boat is fun and who knows what you will see?

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You have a family with young children
  • You want a relaxing holiday but still have every tourist amenity to allow you to enjoy your holiday
  • You do not mind a large resort nearby which gives you the chance of a lively night out

10. Lardos – Best Area for Couple

Another couple of miles further on you will reach another small resort, Lardos. Just village size again, you can expect a few more amenities than in Pefkos including mini-golf and go karting. This is a family friendly place with good water sports facilities.

There are numerous small shops selling ceramics and other potential souvenirs. The tavernas specialize in seafood and it is as fresh as it comes. Some of the bars open until late, selling a good range of cocktails. 

The local Folklore Museum is an interesting diversion from the sandy/pebble beach. You can see exhibits of embroidery, historic photographs and silver icons. Lardos Castle built on the hilltop dates back to the 12th Century but today all you can see are the ruins. You can hire a motorbike or cycle to explore further if you wish.

There are organized trips around the Island and you can even sail to the much smaller Greek island of Simi or Marmaris in Turkey.

You will get a flavor of local life in the village square. Locals regularly come to the Square to draw natural spring water even though the piped water is drinkable. Join them in the cafes to drink coffee or even ouzo and watch the games of backgammon. Live music is often played in the Square with bars and hotels often playing modern music.

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You want the full range of tourist facilities without staying in a large resort
  • You enjoy seeing local life and activities
  • You are looking for tour options away from your base
  • By day, you are looking for water sport alternatives.

11. Kiotari – Best Area for Water Sports

The next resort south is Kiotari. You are still just 10 miles or so by road from Lindos and only 35 miles from Rhodes Town. It shows how much the Island has to offer holidaymakers. 

Kiotari is known for its all-inclusive hotels, usually with spas and always with pools. There are two small headlands and the beach is pebbled. There is a good choice for eating, ranging from pizzerias to seafood specialists and fine dining

Hire equipment to enjoy water sports is easy whether you want to jet ski or sail. Day cruises head up and down the coastline. 

Lindos is close enough for a night out if you want something a little livelier but it is not a late night clubbing resort. If you pick Kiotari, you can be sure of fine Greek cuisine using the freshest of produce, and of course that wonderful seafood. 

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You are looking for a good all-inclusive option
  • By day, you want water sport alternatives
  • You intend to learn a little about Rhodes’ ancient history

12. Gennadi & Plimmari

Gennadi’s development is fairly recent. It remains a quiet village intrinsically yet that development has included trendy villas in bright colors. The development has been due to the lovely sandy beach and the waves that make it ideal for surfing.

The coast road makes it easy to find and people passing through will see modern hotels and villas for those who decide to stop. The number of quiet, almost untouched beaches in the vicinity ensures that its popularity will continue to grow. 

Despite its relative quietness, Gennadi has become known for its Sunday beach parties with music playing in the seafront bars. The streets become crowded with tavernas serving Greek favorites and plenty of fresh seafood. 

Mid price range hotels and villas comprise the majority of accommodation in Gennadi. 

Nearby Plimmari is definitely family friendly with jet ski and banana boats ensuring that older children will have plenty to occupy their days. There is a quality hotel available here and villas line the seafront. Bars and tavernas with fresh fish on the menu also offer views out to sea for their customers. 

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You have older children keen on activities
  • You enjoy busy bars and tavernas but also the chance to get away to quiet beaches
  • You are interested in villa rental
  • You want to let your ‘’hair down’’ one day a week, Sunday!

13. Ixia & Ialysos

If you head a short way west from Rhodes Town, you will soon come to the hotel beach resort of Ixia. It is a cosmopolitan resort with quality accommodation, a good choice for those wanting to be close to the Old Town, but not too close. The beach is part pebble, part sand and it is arguably the favorite resort for windsurfers.

Parts of the beach are under private ownership, owned by the respective hotels. The water sports centers cater not just for windsurfing but also offer jet skis and surfing boards.

It is not just a place for exclusive hotels; there is something for every budget. Shoppers will certainly enjoy Ixia while several restaurants offer tasters of local cuisine as part of their service.

Ixia is sandwiched between Rhodes Town and Rhodes’ second city, Ialysos. Ialysos is close to the Ancient Greek City of the Dorians where the boxer Diagoras of Rhodes lived. In recent decades its population has gone from 2,500 to over 10,000 as it has become popular with locals working in Rhodes Town .

YOU SHOULD STAY HERE IF:

  • You want a holiday that balances the beach with history and culture.
  • You are keen on water sports but want a base close  to Rhodes Town
  • You want a good choice of high quality hotels

Where to Stay in Rhodes for Families?

Rhodes is definitely geared for family holidays. Other than the Old Town of Rhodes, and perhaps the busy resorts of Faliraki and Lindos, families have plenty of choice. Each of the other places mentioned down Rhodes’ east coast have beaches and clear warm water that children of all ages will enjoy. 

Much depends upon the age of the children but Rhodes is generally a safe and welcoming place where you need not keep your eye on the kids every second of the day. Kolymbia is worth looking at closely because that will give you the option to get to the waterpark in Faliraki for a day without needing to actually stay there as a base.

Where to Stay in Rhodes for Couples? 

There is plenty of variety in Rhodes and so the decision for couples is one of priority. Couples with a weekend, and an interest in history and culture may just decide to stay in Rhodes Town. There are plenty of places to stay for all budgets and restaurants and bars aplenty after busy days enjoying this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Faliraki is the party center which young couples may well enjoy but the quieter places further south definitely appeal to those wanting to avoid crowds. The beaches and watersports are good throughout while the many seafood restaurants along the coast are ideal for a romantic dinner. 

Couples wanting a couple of lively days in an otherwise quiet holiday might choose Gennadi because of its beach party once a week. Alternatively, Lardos has a lively village square and Lindos is not far away.

Where to Stay in Rhodes in October? 

October is the last full month of the season in Rhodes with most things still open. Those who are self-catering will still be able to stock up but the small village supermarkets may start to reduce stocks. The places that you may want to avoid in the height of summer because the crowds will be quieter in October. 

That means Faliraki comes into play; all the amenities, smaller crowds, shorter queues and the proximity to Rhodes Old Town are all advantages. Rhodes Old Town itself remains a good option for similar reasons. 

Daytime temperatures still average in the mid-20Cs but you may need a light jacket or jumper for the evening. The temperature of the water may be down a degree or two but it is still very pleasant.

Where to Stay in Rhodes Old Town?

While Rhodes Old Town may not be ideal for families, it is the first choice of tourists visiting the Island for its history and culture. Those just having a weekend on the Island may also decide the Island’s Capital is the place to stay. Here are some ideas to suit every budget:

  • Luxury
    • 10GR Hotel & Wine Bar has well-equipped en suite rooms, aircon and Wi-Fi. There is a restaurant, bar and concierge service
    • Alley 7 is located within the Acropolis ruins. There are great views from the rooftop. Each unit has a kitchen and dining area, aircon, private bathroom and TV.
  • Mid-range
    • Evdokia Hotel is a renovated 19th Century building. All its rooms are thoroughly modern and have private bathrooms, satellite TV, minibar and safe.
    • Trinity Boutique Hotel has air conditioned rooms with kitchenette and private bathrooms. There is a shared lounge, free Wi-Fi and a pleasant garden.
  • Budget
    • Medieval Rose Hotel is in the heart of the Old Town. It has en suite bedrooms and bedrooms with shared bathrooms. You can also dine here and enjoy the shaded terrace.
    • Eleni Rooms has an excellent location. Each room comes with a private bathroom with shower, aircon while there is a pleasant outside seating area.

Where to Stay in Rhodes for Nightlife?

The party resort of Rhodes is certainly Faliraki. There are late night bars and restaurants everywhere that tourists go but party people should look at Faliraki first. At one time, it was very much the 18-30 set that headed for Faliraki but it attracts all ages now. 

There are bars and clubs that stay open until the early hours and you do not necessarily have to pay top prices to be able to enjoy yourself.

Another place to consider for nightlife, other than Rhodes Town is its ‘’suburb’’, Ialysos.

Where to Stay in Rhodes in September? 

The reason why Rhodes is a little quieter in September is that the schools have returned so families are largely absent. Temperatures remain good, though a little down from the summer’s peak. Rhodes Town is as busy as ever because it is a place where couples, singles and those interested in history and culture might choose anyway. Just a couple of degrees cooler makes walking around more comfortable anyway.

The smaller resorts heading down the coast become quieter so choosing any of them ensures you will not come up against crowds. Lindos is the largest of the resorts in the south and that remains a good choice away from Rhodes Town.

Where to Stay in Rhodes for Beaches? 

The East Coast of Rhodes has sandy beaches and coves throughout its length. Its advantage over the West Coast is that it sheltered from the winds of the Mediterranean. If your priority is a beach holiday, you are unlikely to choose Rhodes Town 

Lindos is an excellent choice because it is a beautiful place with fine beaches and much more. However, you really cannot go wrong anywhere down the coastline although some of the beaches are pebble as opposed to sand. Gennadi further south from Lindos is certainly an idea. If you want to be closer to Rhodes Town, look at Stegna or Kolymbia.

Where to Stay in Rhodes on a Budget? 

There are package holidays to Rhodes and only you can decide whether the price is within your budget. All-inclusive hotels help you budget but they are limited on Rhodes. It can be an expensive place, especially if you want accommodation with a sea view. It does not have to cost a fortune but you will need to plan. 

One thing to say is that it is cheaper to go to Rhodes early in the season, and particularly at the end of the season in October. However, in high season, there are tips to follow. Kolymbia for example has more budget accommodation than nearby Faliraki. 

Self-catering apartments are readily available down the coastline, especially in the smaller resorts. That may not be a good option for single occupancy. Otherwise, not eating out every night reduces your holiday spend. 

Conclusion

Rhodes is a very accessible holiday island with plenty of direct flights during the season. Ferry services from other Greek Islands and Turkey are other means of access. There is something for everyone in Rhodes. The history and culture on the Island attracts many visitors. Even a weekend in Rhodes Town provides a great experience.

Rhodes is a regular choice for families for their annual holidays and there is no question that kids will enjoy the sandy beaches and warm waters. Greek cuisine is excellent, and very healthy. The seafood is special and appears one every menu. 
You can opt for a busy nightlife, especially in places like Faliraki but you can also find smaller resorts with limited crowds. As the season reaches its last few weeks in October, the daytime temperatures are still good, prices fall a little and crowds disappear. A lovely way to enjoy yourself before winter arrives.



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